Powwow in the Middle - an informal gathering for paraplanners in and around the Oxfordshire region
What's it all about?
We’re really really pleased to announce Powwow in the Middle. What’s that when it’s at home?
Powwow in the Middle is an informal gathering designed by paraplanners for paraplanners to exchange views, learn things, fix things and share things. Which is why paraplanners, Kelly Guttridge and Jo Radcliffe have stepped up as hosts to get conversations rolling at Powwow in the Middle.
Ok, by the middle – this time around – we mean we’re heading to Oxfordshire and setting up camp in offices in the countryside. What’s more, this great location means it’s easy to get from all surrounding areas – 29 minutes from junction 11 on the M40 / 30 minutes from junction 10 on the M40.
Because Powwow adopts ‘unconference’ principles, you get to choose the topics you want to discuss with your peers. Perhaps it’s tips on report writing, or something a little bit more technical like say DB transfers? If there’s something you’re just itching to ask other paraplanners, this is the place to raise it.
Why? Because we want to encourage people to share ideas freely and promote best practice. We guarantee you’ll leave Powwow in the Middle with some great ideas, answers and tips, all brought to you by your fellow paraplanners.
Q&A: When, where and how much?
Q: When will Powwow in the Middle take place?
A: It’ll be an afternoon start of 2pm on Thursday 23 November 2017.
Q: Ah. Alright. Where?
A: Our hosts have very kindly booked us a room at the Chipping Norton golf club – Cotswolds Hotel & Spa, Southcombe, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5QH.
Q: What time will the Powwow finish?
A: It’ll last three hours.
Q: Can I book my place and, if so, how much does it cost?
A: It’s FREE and you can book your place by clicking the big ‘BOOK NOW’ button on this page.
Q: Is the Powwow open to anyone?
A: Powwows have been created by paraplanners for paraplanners. If you’re not a paraplanner – or a guest invited by a Powwow organiser – then the Powwow’s not for you.